Rosanne Tweddle Solicitor

Rosanne Tweddle

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Specialist Areas Agricultural & Rural Property, Agricultural Tenancies, Commercial & Residential Conveyancing
University Aston University Business School, Birmingham College of Law
Training Darlington
Qualified 2006
Joined Latimer Hinks  2017

Rosanne is a member of the Farms and Estates Team. Her main area of work is agricultural and rural property work, including, buying, selling and mortgaging agricultural land and buildings, agricultural tenancy agreements (specialising in AHA matters), sporting rights and profits and grazing agreements, residential sales, purchases and leases, commercial leases for rural clients, overage agreements, options and easements.

Rosanne occasionally advises rural clients on development and renewables opportunities and succession planning. She works very closely with other members of the Farms and Estates Teams specialising in tax, trusts and private client matters and other professional advisors (accountants, land agents, banks, farm business consultants, agronomists, etc.) to ensure her clients receive the best possible advice across the board. She believes whole heartedly in a joined up approach.

“I have experience in acting for owner occupiers, landed estates and tenant farmers. I was recently involved in the partitioning and dissolving of a large family estate in Yorkshire held in trust which comprised a combination of owner occupied and tenanted land with sporting rights. I am a farmer’s daughter and married to a local organic dairy farmer and with my family, reside on a tenanted farm to the north east of Darlington. I am therefore all too familiar with the everyday workings of farming life!

My experiences and historic client base means that I have often dealt with complex land registrations, documenting easements, completing statutory declarations, acting for lenders on securing working overdrafts to multi-million pound purchases and handling unregistered title work. I am familiar with tax and trust property law and Settled Land Act holdings.”


  • Fellow of Agricultural Law Association (FALA)
  • Reginal Committee Member of Agricutural Law Association (ALA)